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What does the farmer know that we do not?  How does he view his future crop?  Can we operate with the same perspective as the farmer and glorify God through living with that perspective too?  Do you reserve the four corners for God and His work?  #fsbcsermon #fsbccoalinga

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Today we are looking at a prophetic promise regarding the seed of the serpent and the Seed of the Woman, as well as the first time that man began to call upon the name of the Lord.

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Abel was the first man noted for his faithful act of righteousness.  He was also the first martyr, as a result.  Sometimes we will be hated for our acts of righteousness.  Like Abel, we must trust God enough to give Him our best and God will remember and honor what we have done.

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In Roman culture a triumphant Roman general is celebrated for his victorious campaign.  As the conquering troops, parade through the city, they shout “Triumph!”  Today, we remember the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem on what we call Palm Sunday.  We are to live in a continual triumphal march that began that day long ago.  The triumphal procession in which we march is headed by Jesus, the Conqueror.  He is conqueror over sin and death.  As His sacrifice on Calvary was pleasing aroma to God, we are to continue on following Him giving off the fragrance of the knowledge of Him as we march as a pleasing aroma to God.

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